Ori and the Will of the Wisps – How to Beat Kwolok

How to Beat Kwolok

The Kwolok boss fight begins at the area on the map below.

The Kwolok fight begins with a chase sequence. Run left and bash off the hanging lantern. Kwolok will bash the next area open and you need to quickly dash through it. Continue to run left until you reach water.

Dive in and whenever structures fall on you, swim dash over them. Swim your way through the water and swim dash out the other end to reach the arena for the actual Kwolok fight.

As far as moves go, Kwolok will likely start off by firing projectiles at you. You should either dodge these completely or use Bash to redirect them back at Kwolok. Successfully hitting Kwolok with his own projectiles will do some serious damage so try to do this if you can.

The second move to look out for is Kwolok’s tongue slap. When they slap their tongue your way, jump over it. Don’t bother trying to attack it. The third move to keep watch for comes by way of the ground beneath you. Every so often, Kwolok will summon some hands from the ground. They’ll attempt to grab and jab at you to do damage. When you see these, just stay away and wait for them to disappear back into the ground.

The final move to look out for is a slam. Kwolok will jump up into the air and slam their body down hard onto the ground. Just dash out of the way.

As far as damaging Kwolok goes, we recommend doing one of three things: jumping off the side wall to reach the top of Kwolok’s head and attacking them there, redirecting projectiles at them with Bash, and firing Spirit Arcs at them. The Spirit Arc will do the least amount of damage, but it’s a safe way to chip away at Kwolok’s health.

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